A quick version of this favourite vegetarian dish from Kerala, known in India as Handvo. Serve with some salad alongside, or just as a snack. This is from ” I Love India” by Anjum Anand.
A sweet and buttery saffron scented rice from ” I Love India” by Anjum Anand. It goes well with Parsi Salli Chicken.
A recipe from ” The French Kitchen ” by Joanne Harris and Fran Warde. Many berries work well in this tart- use bilberries if you can find them, or blackberries, raspberries, tayberries or blackcurrant.
This version of kleftiko originates in Symi and was shared by Rick Stein in ” Rick Stein: From Venice to Istanbul”. It would make a great dinner for Easter or indeed any other occassion when you fancy a feast.
A recipe from ” Chetna’s Healthy Indian” by Chetna Makan.
A spicy and sour broth from Ravinder Bhogal.
A seasonal riff on bakewell tart from Nigel Slater
Another good soup from Trine Hahnemann which she describes as Scandinavian with influences from southern Europe.
An irresistable recipe from Hunan which can be found in Fushia Dunlop’s ” Revolutionary Chinese Cookbook”.
A magical combination from ” Moro:the cookbook” by Sam and Sam Clark.
A health supper from Rebecca Seal. Serve with flatbreads if you like but its fine on it’s own.
A Goan- Portuguese recipe from ” Lisbon” by Rebecca Seal.
This recipe is from my very well thumbed and stained copy of ” Madhur Jaffrey’s Indian Cookery”. This was the first Indian cookery book i bought, but one i still return to regularly. You can make this in advance and reheat if you like.
A wonderful Keralan chicken curry from Das Sreedharan, owner of Rasa.
There is a delicious contrast of sweet and savoury in this breakfast from Nigel Slater.